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Four men arrested on suspicion of Fraud

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of fraud after allegedly taking an 83-year-old woman to the bank to withdraw £14,000 for roof repair work.

The men, aged 40, 38, 22 and 20, were arrested yesterday (Tuesday 28 August) at the property in Marlowe Drive, Balderton. They have since been released under investigation as enquiries continue.

The investigation is being carried out by Nottinghamshire Police’s Fraud Investigation Team, in conjunction with Trading Standards.

If you need advice or wish to report problems with goods or services, bought from a trader based in the UK, contact the Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 03454 04 05 06 or you can call Nottinghamshire Police on the non emergency number 101.

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